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Westside Restaurant with Private Room for 20-25

ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 04:10 PM

I am planning a 50th birthday part for my wife and would like to find a Westside restaurant with a private room that could accomodate 20-25 people.

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    JBC RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 04:14 PM

    Any cuisines you'd prefer & any to avoid?
    Any budgetary guidelines?
    Stuffy? Or more of a happening kind of place?

    1. foodseeker RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 04:24 PM

      Upstairs 2 is a possibility at the Wine House.

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        ejfejf RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 04:33 PM

        No particular cuisines, somewhat upscale woudl be good, Upstaris 2 is worth looking into, thanks

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          chica RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 04:49 PM

          Try Melisse (private rooms), if you don't mind digging a little deeper into your wallet: http://www.melisse.com/

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          Mother Hubbard RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 05:08 PM

          Chez Mimi on 26th St just South of San Vicente. Lovely intimate back room with a lovely patio for hors d'oeuvres before dinner. Food is very good. Not overly expensive. They give you several choices for each course for your guests. Their Tomato Bisque is a winner.

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            lizziee RE: Mother Hubbard Mar 23, 2007 05:09 PM

            price per person?

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              Mother Hubbard RE: lizziee Mar 23, 2007 05:25 PM

              Just guessing but probably around $50 with a couple of drinks, It is probably different for private parties. I had my birthday there in that private room just over a year ago, but my hubby paid the bill. And I was there last Sat. nite for a private birthday party for a good friend who wanted to go there because of my party.

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                JBC RE: Mother Hubbard Mar 24, 2007 01:07 PM

                Your right, it is different for a private party. For a Saturday night it is $75 per person before tax, tip, and all beverages. So if everybody averages 2 glasses of wine & 1 cocktail, then you'd better be prepared to pay: $75 + $22 + Tax & Tip = $124 per person (or more).


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            lilyab RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 08:50 PM

            I went to a great party at la cachette in the century city area. the food was amazing and the staff was really on top of everything. the host of the party was so happy...we were a group of 28 i think..it was private too.

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              maudies5 RE: ejfejf Mar 23, 2007 10:33 PM

              I attended a bridal shower recently at Chinois..the private room next to the restaurant. There were 30 in our party.Chinois did a magnificent job. I have no idea as to the cost. Can just say that it was a great place for a private party and I highly recommend it.

              1. perk RE: ejfejf Mar 24, 2007 01:18 PM

                I second the Chez Mimi recommendation. A friend of mine did her mother's 80th there. Staff couldn't have been nicer, the space was lovely and the food was very good. It's a great setting and a great atmosphere for a celebration.

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